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April 15, 2016
California Chrome is nearly two weeks into his Kentucky vacation and not expected to return to trainer Art Sherman's stable at Los Alamitos until early May.
Trainer Malcolm Pierce said that Smart Mission will miss the Woodbine Oaks after having a chip removed from her knee shortly after her first race.
Woodbine's opening weekend marked the first races run on the new Tapeta main track, which drew positive early reviews from Woodbine's jockeys.
Nyquist, the unbeaten champion and Kentucky Derby favorite, kicked off his serious preparation for the spring classic on Friday at Keeneland, breezing for the first time since winning the Florida Derby on April 2.
With heavy favorites who look hard to beat in race 4 (Cloontia) and race 5 (Bustin the Bank) – races that also happen to be the last two legs in the pick five and early pick four – I’m focusing my attention Saturday at Aqueduct on the second half of ...
Golden Gate Fields will host weekend handicapping seminars for the next three weekends as part of its inaugural Turf Festival.
April 14, 2016
Hall of Fame trainer D. Wayne Lukas has won more Racing Festival of the South stakes at Oaklawn than any other horseman and he added to his totals Thursday when Super Saks withstood a bid from 4-5 favorite Haveyougoneaway, then a claim of foul, to ...
Less than a week after being crowned the 2015 Canadian Horse of the Year, Catch a Glimpse showed why she earned that honor with a determined three-quarter-length victory over Ava’s Kitten in the Grade 3, $125,000 Appalachian Stakes at Keeneland on ...
At many tracks, the biggest pools are the exacta and trifecta pools. The best approach to tackling exotic wagers has to vary somewhat depending on the track.
A Shackleford colt assumed sole possession of the fastest time at two furlongs on Thursday during the Ocala Breeders’ Sales Co. spring 2-year-olds in training sale under-tack show when he covered the distance in :20 2/5 seconds.